We offer:
PEth Testing
  • Phosphatidylethanol (PEth) by dried blood spot (DBS) analysis
  • PEth is a phospholipid formed only in the presence of ethanol
  • PEth is a direct marker for alcohol use and is highly correlated to alcohol intake over the past month
  • PEth provides proof of abstinence and also distinguishes between heavy and moderate drinking
  • ToxLogic is NATA accredited for workplace drug testing
  • Accreditation for urine and oral fluid collections and testing
  • NATA Accreditation No. 19780
We Offer:
Hair Testing
  • Hair sample analysis to test for use of, or abstinence from, drugs and alcohol
  • Testing can be done using head or body hair
  • Testing laboratories are accredited to ISO/IEC 17025
  • Results returned within 10-14 days of collection
  • Expert reports available
Workplace Testing
  • On-call service available in Metropolitan Melbourne and Gippsland Region
  • 24 hours a day, 7 days per week
  • Excellent response times
Urine And
Oral Fluid Testing
  • We are a NATA accredited collection agency
  • Urine testing conducted in to AS/NZS 4308:2008
  • Oral Fluid testing conducted to AS/NZS 4760:2019
  • Services available on-site or at our offices in Melbourne and Gippsland
Chain of Custody
  • Chain of Custody is our standard procedure for all collections
  • Chain of Custody is legally defensible
  • Results of hair analysis are often used in court cases

Drug and alcohol facts and statistics

Why use drug and alcohol testing in the workplace?

Drug and alcohol testing is increasingly sought after by Australian workplaces. Employers want to be sure they are doing all they can to prevent alcohol and drug related accidents, injuries and harm. Employers have a duty of care to provide a safe workplace for people at their sites – employees, contractors and visitors.

Some facts and statistics about drug and alcohol use in the workplace:

What Employers Can Do

Not only do employers have a duty of care to keep their workers safe, they are also obligated under law to prevent accident or injury.

It is recommended workplaces have a drug and alcohol policy in place as this helps demonstrate an employer is serious about maintaining a safe workplace. ToxLogic’s policy experts can help develop and refine your Drug and Alcohol policy to make sure it is effective and relevant. They can also conduct staff education sessions to ensure everyone is on board with, and understands, the policy.

It is important to follow through with any workplace policy and a drug and alcohol policy is no different.  If the policy includes a drug testing program, this should be followed. There is little point having such a policy unless it is complied with in practice. The drug and alcohol policy should be reviewed regularly and include periodic education sessions to ensure new employees are aware or the policy and longer-term employees are kept up to date with any changes to the policy.